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TABLE TALK.

-' " ■ *-' ' ' ir"" *'"' " 1 •"•" "' , -. -'' ■ i : Workday: in-full-swing,again.' "-: ; . ! . The Niagara Eiver.is frpzentirom bank to:bank.: . , ; . ■ .. ' ~ ■ . IDonald.-Currae, thevgreai.'sliji- . '6jcner J 'j4-*-deacL. ZC. _■...■:..»./ :.i.!..y __-"'./ _656,0CN» acrej '"o? the Ur'ewera; country iave been thrown open for rninirig. ' ? ; Tlic "Wellington.'■ train 'last\nlght Ava's made iq> ofsixteen long coaclies and two .engines. ■'- ■ ■• -_ ■*. . ■ .-,-.\ ...:;;:..-■-.." -_•.■_""■ * . The native congress -at Tokaatfii" is"."&&'-' pected to last over a'.-sveek^:: Tie." meeting " is.pro'eeeding'quietly.' ' : ' • "-■ •" :~ ; . A'"buildiiig in course of construction in I Goelong cdllapaeffi two men being kffiedV : arid twelve' others' injuTetf.' -■'■'■'-'■ ■ : 'j The" funeral of the American detective . Eetrosinp, inurder.ed..:by tW ; ;MaSa;3va* ■ attended.by 130,P00..pepple,.l' •;. ~T?ie;...Socialists ..in oqirference proies't, against the fettering- of"-Civil"'-Servants ioi ithe.matter .of-taking'part in. politics.- ■■'■■ . Governor arrives by train " to-inoTTaW, morning, and 7 sets off on , .'his uortheni ; -tQuronJhe :^fcne&ir%?mprro^n|gh: t."-t" -'- show .-that' there.;-arW ; fcrty -thousand.indllipns.' of tons of marketable coal oa the Canadian coal-fields. The greit bridge "spanning the Niagjaia River aDdve the" falls'is threatened"as-ai. 'result of the" blocking' of -the. liver: iby ■Hi 7 . ''. : ' '■< •■''.'"*>. \\r- > ; 'y.-i '-,%-'.~i,\ " : -The"New-Zealand ;C!hambers-of Oodx--mercg xoiifOTence^tmaninio-xisly-approvei '. ■■the-.Govjßrnment'3.;;action" in. giyJßg'* Dreadnought: "-'" ; • ——: :•'•--■'■.-. : ;...- .Gabmet voted ;-£3so'-towards-the exr.'"'•".. ' penses of .the Nbw: Zealand teaim -wrhiclu will .take"-f»rtr;in;- theO.forthcoTning:'rine meeting at Sydney.-- ii' .. ■.'■■■-■'K'r'. ? :> Tie summit'of"iSTgauruhoe-TV'asrea/chedi" by a : party on C4oo"d Eriday, and the beat view ' date' bßtaiiied'-of: the- smoking crater at;cloae-djiarters.- . .'•"'.■■ ■•• '■..'< • ■ -.. : ■ .; , ', Dr. Bruce, Svhb'int'ehds'io explore Aa« . tarctica.M-rlDll, will-"iand• ; on- the Atlantic side-and meet hls:Vesael'.on ,th* '. Baclflc sifts;rthrfie^yearsvlater.^-'--•—.•---•■ . is feit in' Volunteer. l ing circle's .at tlie railway' transport &r- ---"' ratigement's in connection" >vith:the; Easter ' manoeuvres jr-arfd- tli e ' Minister for .Kailways . is"to ! be".asKe'd to hold an official 'iii- ' qulrjr.-\ ■'~:-''.': ' - ■'■•'-- ''\''--""'- : - ,■'.■' i:-: ■•"-."■ " The- «rectipn ; &&?'. Gisborne.Oil ' paiiy's boring'piant" : at Waitarigi is being rapidly brought to oomp'letioh.'" The manager (Mr. --itfacDohald) ! -now- anticipates ' nex!fc : week.'/- -- ',"'•.. p ~-~Z r JZ?_. '. " T\Vo -battalions of Turkish troops have . surrounded Parliament" buildihgs'nnd de--1 : dismissal .of '.the Grand "\'lzief,- KesidenC of r: thV'"Ghamber» [, andY !qr -iVyar,. ; {Fhp situa-;■ ; - - -iaeaj-is.-gHiie.V.-.-'-v.'.'-.":— — -. - . --—'■ --•-.- ---'. ...It igrumduiedtthafcilr. patten, the .. Chicago speciilatpr.,-who made ■ tEree-.quarters.'..jaf a. : million last"/ Week,. ■ caiight".New: -Y&£ •miliionaires selling ;■' short and" forced". tHeni \o. iSuy'.in. the - piibHcrmarketito.nieet.engagemeEits: ".*'.•■"■' The New ' ZeSlarnd",Chambers of Com- [■ inerce'■yeater.Sajrpassed'a?"resolution , sug- . '■'. gestingJ. Government.' tliafc* the '._' . gtaduatei Janiias;. and. the jjipr%age'"taJ? ' be; graduaUyi, a3 >being iniiniea,! !■ to' ; th'e prosperity; pj-the.'coua- ■ l-try:.;^;.-.:;^?,'^'"--.-;-;^-;^--'- ; -:~. ; /— ~-... v..-'; . ; - : Hie "retiring 'at. the Wellington - lerrace prison (jilr. Armstrong) has "been '■ granted "£.250 compensation "for injuries '■'", ' received .by him flSiiie discharging' hia ; .- • duties.' Mr: Armstrong wafr recently atr , ; tackfed by-a : pris6ner : in bnfe"of> i the prison "VorksKops "severely-wounded. '■■''■ "

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TABLE TALK. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 88, 14 April 1909

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